About Alleya Weibel

I’m a violin performance major, and when not studying music you can find me at shows, playing with bands, hanging out with my dog, or eating pizza. I listen to music and write things!

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Monday Mixer

The Illiac Spring Music Festival is coming up soon, so why not spend your Monday getting familiar with some of the artists coming to Downtown Urbana? Get pumped for the free festival on May 10th. Those Darlins – Optimist Nashville rockers Those Darlins will be headlining the festival. They’re known for their rock/country sound and […]

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Cloud Nothings – Here and Nowhere Else (Review)

When you meet a Cloud Nothings fan, the conversation can vary depending heavily on which album they are familiar with, due to the vast differences between their first three albums. Attack on Memory is flooded with patterns of build-to-explode song forms, their self-titled is lighter and upbeat, and Turning On is fuzzy and has a […]

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Bitterness Bash Recap

Last Friday WPGU 107.1 kicked off the Valentine’s weekend with the Bitterness Bash, hosted at Firehaus. Contestants wrote their broken hearts out to compete in having the ultimate bitter valentine’s story, for prizes such as Illini Men’s Basketball tickets, Blackhawks tickets, and a trip for two to Miami. The event was kicked off by Social […]

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Monday Mixer

The best way to get me out of bed and on time to those dreadful 9 am classes in this -5┬║ weather is dreaming of summer. So put on your favorite pair of shades, and let’s count down the next 30 days until we can step outside and and reintegrate with the outside world with […]

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Interview: Elsinore

WPGU staff writer Alleya Weibel got the chance to sit down with local favorites Elsinore (Frontman Ryan Groff, Keyboardist Mark Woolwine, and Bassist Brad Threlkeld) to discuss their upcoming album, tour, and much more. ┬áCheck out the article below and purchase their new record Push/Pull here. Alleya (WPGU): There’s a lot of buzz for your […]

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